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News ID: 6213
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 19:03 - 03 February 2015
Tehran, YJC. Quesada has said that Iran’s nuclear achievements would help remove barriers for developing countries to make use of such energy.

In an exclusive interview with IRNA, Cuban Ambassador to Tehran Cuban Ambassador to Tehran Vladimir Andres Gonzalez said in case the current talks between Iran and G5+1 to bear fruit, other developing countries would find access to nuclear energy.

"If the western governments and the US acknowledge Iranian right for enrichment, Iranˈs nuclear dispute would be resolved by signing comprehensive deal,” he said.

Referring to existing relations between Iran and Cuba, he said historical, diplomatic and political relations between the two sides is at satisfactory level.

Iran and Cuba have very good relations in terms of exchange of scientific views and plans and Havana is determined to broaden all out relations and cooperation with Tehran, said the Cuban ambassador.

Iran and Cuba have close relations at international organizations such as United Nations and Non-Aliened Movement (NAM), he said.

Referring to the plan proposed by Iranian president on ˈWorld against violence and extremismˈ at UN General Assembly in 2013, he said the plan can help lessen the impact of growing extremism and restore security in the restive regions in the Middle East and North of Africa.

On regional developments, he said the issue of Palestine is a sorrowful issue which injures sentiments of all people, adding that Cuba similar to the Islamic Republic of Iran believes that the legitimate rights of Palestinians should be restored and Havana backs the Palestinian liberation movement to free the Palestinian territories from the Israeli occupation.

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